From the University of California. A vigorous tree with an upright growing habit, light silvery foliage and numerous fruiting branchlets.
The fruits of this cultivar are large and can weigh up to 10 grams. The fruit tend to mature erratically. Iit is possible to see green and black olives on the one tree at the same time. The stone is large with deep grooves with the fruit ripening mid season and is popular because of its size. Mainly pickled green.